45157 rolls west towards the coast though the remote highlands passing this frequently photographed church.
At the end of the day the crew tops off their "Austerity" with water and prepares to put her away for the night in the classic brick engine house.
After the 10 mile trek through the Cairngorm National Forrest from Aviemore, the power for our afternoon "tea train" runs around to the south end of the train for the return trip. This 1... (more)
The E2 class was used for all types of traffic and in all parts of Sweden. The light axle load meant that they could be used on minor lines and industrial railways, extending their use after mainl... (more)
After struggling a bit to gain her footing, 45157 accelerates her 6 coaches up grade out of the Glenfinnan station stop with a clean stack.
Driving through eastern Scotland we stumbled upon road signs pointing to the "Caledonian Steam Rwy". So naturally we decided to investigate. No sooner did we drive up, did this tiny 1926... (more)
Just minutes after an on time departure from Fort William, the second Jacobite of the day is already making good time crossing the River Lochy.
My first encounter with UK preserved railways was the relatively modest 5 mile long Bo’ness and Kinneil Rwy just outside of Edinburgh Scotland. The UK preserved lines certainly don't fail to impre... (more)
In the late and warm afternoon sun, #5 Thor has almost reached the Bärby station, its final destination.
#5 Thor is seen at full speed between Faringe and Bärby.